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United States Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Two Cases That Could Potentially Deter Non-Practicing Entities From Filing Frivolous...

On October 1, 2013, the United States Supreme Court agreed to review the “exceptional” case standard for awarding attorneys’ fees in two separate patent-infringement cases. Both cases relate to patentees who are...more

10/14/2013 - Attorney's Fees Certiorari Frivolous Lawsuits Infringement Non-Practicing Entities Patent Trolls Patents Prevailing Party SCOTUS

Federal Circuit Affirms Inequitable Conduct Determination Under Therasense “But For” Exception and Reaffirms Significance of Rohm...

Today, the Federal Circuit upheld the District Court’s inequitable conduct verdict based on the submission of false affidavits to the United States Patent & Trademark Office (“PTO”). Intellect Wireless, Inc. v. HTC Corp.,...more

10/10/2013 - Declaration False Statements Inequitable Conduct Infringement Materiality Patents USPTO

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